I missed Lazada’s Time Tunnel feature. It is one of the best ways to keep track of one’s purchases via the platform, and I really wanted it to be a regular section on their website.
Truth be told, I spend money online, but I always try to make sure that I try to make whatever I buy as assets than liabilities that lie around at home or office. I spent less than PhP68,000 on Lazada since the time I became a member, and 74% of the amount I spent are for things that I need for work.
Now here’s the kicker: I spent PhP27,115 on Lazada since the time I became a member in September 2015. While I cannot account for the rebates that I may have gotten by using PayMaya on Lazada, it is, along with convenience, make me use it than using Cash-on-Delivery.
PayMaya is a creative enabler. Whenever creativity strikes, I always think of immediate ways to enable myself to feed such need. When I bought my hobbyist drone a month ago, I thought that the best way to take stunning and better-looking video was to invest in accessories that will help me learn to fly my drone.
I also invested in lens filters. I obviously turned to Lazada and looked at my PayMaya balance to check if I’ve got enough fund to buy everything I need. Everything turned out just as planned, and my lens filters arrived just in time before I left for Boracay.
Here’s a video, and I’m just too happy to say that this was partly made possible because PayMaya made it easy for me to buy what I needed.
My first Boracay trip with fam was fun indeed!#DJI #OsmoPocket #HuaweiP30Pro #Boracay #Philippines
Posted by Giancarlo Muñoz Viterbo on Tuesday, April 9, 2019
PayMaya has been my consistent partner in growing Gadget Pilipinas and nurturing my partners. I’m glad that they are around, and I can’t think of other cashless transaction that I’d replace PayMaya with.
Update: Speaking of Boracay, did you know that PayMaya just rolled out a slew of their merchant partners that accept PayMaya QR? This is part of PayMaya’s efforts to build “cashless communities” in the Philippines. I am definitely happy for this because now, PayMaya QR isn’t just available in La Union, Baguio, Cebu, and General Santos, it is now also up in Boracay.